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Using 'although' and 'nevertheless' in the same sentence

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In formal writing, what are alternatives forms of "I look forward to talking/hearing with/from you"?

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Best way/phrase to say that its too early

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Come into the picture -- meaning

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Could you simplify or paraphrase only the highlighted part of this passage in simple English

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How to use "so here it goes?"

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of which each VS. each of which

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Usages of "as" and "although" with approximately the same meaning

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issuing or issuance

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Usages of "in case" and "should" inversion

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'Of' in "The tomb had been robbed of its treasures."

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Using "who your brand is" versus "who is your brand" in questions

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Why does "will" go before a noun in this sentence?

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Three concerns on this passage. Could you just simplify the highlighted parts?

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Past modal in English

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Be my private tutor vs act as my private tutor

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What sort of verb is "had been used to do"?

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Do we learn the most from people whose views we share?

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Are there any intonation rules in declarative sentences?

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Is "I am study at school" grammatical?

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what does "fulfill" mean in this sentence?

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that's just me though

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Am I looked vs do I look

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How to interpret this complex passive sentence? and reference of nouns in expressions

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what does "who can resist hoping for artificial plants that behave like real thing?" mean and imply?

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until VS. before

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"The hardest thing is to+verb and to+verb" grammar structure

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Is it a good practice to map English words and verb tenses to my own native language?

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Why is it correct to drop the 's in "a Jane Austen['s] fragment"?

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What does the phrase "other criteria" mean?